Tags » Ramu Nickel Mine

MCC, Newcrest and Harmony Gold refuse entry to government appointed Commission

Mines refuse entry to team

Post Courier

AN infight among government agencies resulted in the Constitutional Law Reform Commission being barred access by three mining companies into their sites. 274 more words

Papua New Guinea

Constitutional Commission calls for ban on river and marine waste dumping

CONSTITUTIONAL & LAW REFORM COMMISSION ON DISPOSAL LAWS

EMTV

The Constitutional and Law Reform Commission is pushing for a ban on deep sea and river tailings placement in Papua New Guinea. 375 more words

Papua New Guinea

MRA hands out World Bank lollipops

12 PNG Women Groups Impacted By Mining To Receive Grants
National Gov and World Bank Funds for a range small enterprises

Post-Courier

Twelve women associations and groups in mine impacted communities in the country have been selected to receive government grants worth over K1m [$US400,000]. 414 more words

Papua New Guinea

Ramu nickel mine limps towards full production

The Chinese owned Ramu nickel mine continues to limp slowly towards full production two years after it opened. The latest figures released by junior partner Highlands Pacific reveal production has still only reached 68% of capacity – despite the Chinese bringing in a completely new top management team last year to sort out the under-performing mine… 284 more words

Papua New Guinea

MCC: ‘Incident not our fault’

The National aka The Loggers Times

THE management of Ramu NiCo (MCC) has ruled out any possible environmental impacts caused by its Basamuk Refinery following the discovery of dead fish, prawns and crabs near the refinery. 214 more words

Papua New Guinea